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Global Advanced Management Program

Washington, D.C.

Dubai

Madrid


The Global Advanced Management Program– GAMP® – is a top management program designed in partnership by two leading universities – Georgetown and ESADE – and focused on the most challenging topics for global executives: globalization and geopolitics, global strategies, and leadership.


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The Alliance

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Objectives

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The Program

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Contents

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Special Program Features

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Participants

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Learning Model

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Faculty

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Global Network

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Contact Details

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Table of Contents

Message from the Program Directors

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This program presents a unique opportunity for executives to enhance their management and leadership skills while strengthening their ability to solve the complex problems of a highly globalized business world in a comparatively short period of time. We have designed the program to make the most of the expertise of two world-class institutions – Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and ESADE Business School. In addition, we draw faculty experts from Georgetown’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. Our combined strengths in leadership, business strategy, global policymaking, international relations, global operations and supply chain, marketing for global executives, and cutting-edge financial knowledge make this program truly exceptional. We have built on these strengths, developing a curriculum to focus on the concepts, techniques, tools, and subjects most relevant to the global executive. We have also created an environment where you can work closely with accomplished peers, blend insights from leading academics with innovators in business and government, and apply what you learn to the everyday challenges of your organization. With sessions in the United States of America, Spain, and Dubai, you will have an opportunity to learn through immersion, interaction, and networking with colleagues and organizations. Your experience will be enhanced by the innovative aspects of this program including the personal well-being program, the Leadership Development (LD), and the partners program. Thus, the experience will help you reach your potential both professionally and personally, leading others and leading yourself. As you read this brochure, we trust you will share our enthusiasm. If you seek an intellectual and professional challenge that will position you for leadership and success in the global business environment, we welcome your application.

Paul Almeida

Joaquín Cava

Pedro Parada

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We welcome your interest in the Georgetown-ESADE Global Advanced Management Program (GAMP®).

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Two top Business Schools have joined forces to design an exclusive program.

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The Alliance

Global Positioning The Georgetown – ESADE GAMP® combines the interdisciplinary teaching strengths of Georgetown´s McDonough School of Business in globalization and international business with those of ESADE in executive leadership within a multinational context.

Georgetown´s McDonough School of Business • Ranked 9th in the U.S., Executive MBA by Financial Times. • Ranked 19th in the U.S., Full-time MBA by Financial Times. • Ranked 24th globally, Executive MBA by Businessweek. • New $85-million building, providing state-of-the-art facilities. • Georgetown University was founded in 1789 and its business school formed in 1957.

ESADE Business School • Ranked 5th in the world, Executive Education Open Programs by Financial Times. • Ranked 5th in the world, Executive Education Open Programs by Businessweek. • Ranked 4th in the world, International MBA Programs by Businessweek. • Ranked 4th in the world, Custom Programs by Financial Times. • Ranked 7th in the world, Executive Education by Financial Times. • First business school in Spain to hold the three most prestigious business school accreditations: AACSB, Equis, and AMBA. • Founded in 1958.

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• Campuses in Madrid, Buenos Aires, and Barcelona. Global centers in São Paulo and Munich.

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By combining the strengths of the Georgetown McDonough and ESADE business schools, the program prepares participants to think globally and compete strategically through a powerful leadership model based on collaboration, innovation, and internationalization.

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Objectives

The aim of the Global Advanced Management Program is to develop top executives’ knowledge and skills, preparing them to take their place in a complex economic setting and increasingly challenging environment – a new world order with new economic players.

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Global business environment Washington, D.C.

Strategize and manage finance operations globally Dubai

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Leading and making decisions at the top Madrid

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LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

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Three week modules, every two months


Module 1 Washington, D.C. Global business environment Examines the factors that shape and drive the global economy and analyzes their implications for business. • What is “globalization”? How does it affect patterns of trade and investment? What does it mean for the role of multilateral institutions and governments? • How does globalization affect business today? Which industries are more/less globalized, and why? How will it affect consumers in the future? • What does globalization mean to today’s senior executives? What analytical frameworks and tools can senior executives employ to design and build a global firm that will succeed? How do leaders negotiate across cultures in a globalized world?

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• What strategic, economic, and financial factors have an impact on the globalization of industry? How can companies measure and create value? How do global financial markets influence senior executive decision-making and sustainability?

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Module 2 Dubai Strategize and manage finance operations globally Focuses on the fundamentals of finance to create value in organizations.

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• What is the difference between corporate finance vs. project finance? • Which are the differences in international capital markets? • How is the structure of global capital markets changing? • How is globalization changing the growing role of private equity, sovereign funds, and hedge funds? • What is changing in the role of the board and institutional investors in corporate governance?

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Module 3 Madrid Leading and making decisions at the top Analyzes the critical roles of senior executives in defining and leading global transformations. • What are the main managerial and leadership challenges that arise in the globalization process? • What are the models of leadership? What leadership strategies will be most useful in the future? What is the best framework for individual, interpersonal, and institutional change? What tools can help senior executives to lead in a globalizing business environment effectively? • How should senior executives communicate to boards of directors, to media, to their management teams, and to other principal stakeholders? What are the key issues that define successful leadership in the future? • How should marketing and marketers redefine their agendas to stay relevant to top management? Which are the new skills needed?

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• Which are the main challenges that marketing has to address, given the global perspective of business?

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Leadership Development (LD) The objective is to enable individual managers to transfer the value of the Global Advanced Management Program directly into management positions and to realize their full potential as top senior executives. LD is delivered by Global Executive Development Consultants and Executive Leadership Coaches with diverse corporate and organizational backgrounds; multidisciplinary, multicultural, and multilingual expertise, and top-level executive education experience.

Leadership Development is a foremost and distinguishing executive education element: · Featuring a suite of aligned LD components and tools to enhance the individual executive education experience; · Incorporating customized private executive management consulting and executive leadership coaching into GAMP®;

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· Supporting each participant to address individual management and leadership challenges and to accelerate personal executive performance.

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LD Timeline LD Preparation LD Tool: Georgetown - ESADE Alumni Network

LD Tool: Executive Leadership Assessment

LD Introduction

LD Initial Interview & Action Plan

Private Executive Management Coaching

Private Executive Leadership Consulting

LD Follow-up Interview LD Panel Event

Private Executive Management Coaching

Private Executive Leadership Consulting

LD Review Interview

LD Road Map

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LD Preprogram Assessment and Individual Work

Module 1

Module 2

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LD Introduction and 360º assessment

Team building assessment and Leadership Simulator

LD Leaming assessment and one-toone executive coaching

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LD One-to-one executive coaching

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The modular format gives participants a perfect balance between learning and working.

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Partners Program: Accomplished executives join the Global Advanced Management Program to understand the big picture and to be able to implement the learning effectively. They need to lead with a global perspective and they understand the individual responsibilities of serving as a role model for others. Consequently, significant others are welcome to join on the last day of each module to experience what participants are going through, and develop jointly a vision for the global realities of the future under the guidance of faculty. CEO Forum: Recognized leaders in various business communities are invited to engage with participants by discussing topics relevant to their own professional experience. This will take place as an informal chat, allowing for the engagement of participants in an open atmosphere as they discuss the important topics of personal growth, strategy, and overall business trends, as experienced by a leader in their field. Best Practice GAMP® Forum: Participants speak with their peers in a formal setting, during which they discuss the expertise and best practices of their organizations and identify what has made their company an industry leader. The presentation will concentrate on their personal insights and draw on their recommendations for the implementation of recognized best practices at other organizations. Peer-to-Peer Forum: Moderated peer-to-peer discussion based on real-time issues faced by participants. These sessions will inspire conversations that reinforce the application of topics central to the program, as well as foster relationships between participants and within industries. This allows for the immediate application of companyspecific improvements based on professional recommendations from peers. GAMP®

Special Program Features

School of Foreign Service’s Global View: Reflecting our focus on global business, we draw on faculty from the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, consistently ranked as the top school in international relations, globally. Their contribution to the program’s geopolitical perspective is founded on their international business diplomacy expertise and the global reach of their academic and professional activities.

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Leading Yourself: Creating momentum for a balance between professional achievement and personal fulfillment, we encourage participants to address their own needs in conjunction with the needs of their company, society, and team. These activities, including yoga classes and personal training sessions, aim to foster discussion and awareness of the importance of personal leadership and how it allows executives to more effectively lead within their organization. Meet the Author: Discussion between the participants and the author of a business book whose topic is related to the location and contents of the module. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions about the research and experience of the author, as well as discuss the application of concepts examined within the text. Exposure to the cutting-edge ideas of some of the world’s leading business authors is a unique and meaningful learning tool. In-the-Field Experience: Off-site visits are an opportunity to meet with business leaders and engage with local executives about the unique practices of business in each city where the program is held. Participants will visit organizations recognized for their achievements and selected for the relevance to the core topics of the module. Learning from Cultural Immersion: Local experts illuminate cultural concepts and business practices in each module location. In the past, this has ranged from baseball analogies as they are used in business conversations, to a visit to favelas in São Paulo to stimulate discussion about opportunities for profitable, responsible social enterprises in economically disparate areas.

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Historical Perspectives: A first-hand interaction with a city and its inhabitants gained from a guided walk through the heart of the module location will allow participants to better understand its history and growth. This will also elucidate the varied paths to development, unique to each country, and demonstrate the challenges faced locally.

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We are looking for a diverse group of individuals from a variety of nationalities and backgrounds. A business background is not a requirement. However, all applicants should hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and have at least 12 years of professional work experience. They must also have an international profile and demonstrate strong interpersonal skills as well as a capacity for leadership.

General Class Profile Average Age Average Work Experience

43 years 18 years

Gender Male Female

70% 30%

Industries Represented Real Estate 5% Telecommunications 5%

19% Energy

Public Administration 10% Insurance 5% IT Industrial 5% Logistics 5% Health / Technology 14%

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Participant Profile

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Other 8.2% CEO 1.6% Sales Director 1.6% General Manager 4.9%

24.6% Director

Managing Director 6.6%

9.8% Manager

Owner 3.3% President 6.6% Director General 8.2%

16.4% Vice President

Countries of Origin, Residence or Nationality

Mixed nationalities and countries of residence of GAMP 2011/2012: 11 countries represented. Spain, Germany, UK, USA, Mexico, Colombia, Guatemala, Brazill,UAE, Egypt, Switzerland.

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Georgetown and ESADE believe maintaining a diverse class in terms of industries represented produces a richer academic experience.

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It is also aimed at executives with international responsibilities interested in creating a global professional network, gaining knowledge of international markets, and developing competencies needed for a successful career in a competitive and globalized economy. As a participant of the Georgetown-ESADE GAMP®, you will be challenged and stretched by both the faculty and your classmates. We carefully select seasoned, high-potential participants whose diverse careers, skill sets and cultural backgrounds complement your own.

Each module is a “deep immersion” experience that integrates core GAMP® courses and a series of networking events. Every module also gives you time to extend your personal and professional network while broadening your global perspective. Networking events will introduce you to local Georgetown and ESADE alumni as well as leading local business executives and government officials. One of the most vibrant features of the Georgetown-ESADE program is the team approach to learning. You will work collaboratively on coursework and projects drawing upon the skills, knowledge, and backgrounds of your teammates. You will create friendships and professional relationships that will last a lifetime.

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Georgetown-ESADE GAMP® is designed for directors of business units in multinational companies, regional directors of medium-sized companies, and the heads or senior executives of governmental or non-governmental organizations.

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The program provides an environment where participants learn from their classmates, professors, and corporate executives from around the world.

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Learning Model

Dynamic Learning • Presentation and in-depth conceptual explanation of the subjects by program faculty. • Analysis of examples and real-life situations, with practical application. • Application of concepts through case studies and group work. • In-depth look at the design and implementation of strategy as well as the development of a more competitive approach through several computer models.

Interaction The key element of this learning model is undoubtedly the participants themselves. By exchanging experiences, they enrich the knowledge acquired both in and outside of the classroom. Participant selection, group discussions, and working lunches are designed to promote dynamic exchange and knowledge sharing among peers from different functional areas and business sectors. Participants establish relationships with other managers and executives with similar problems and, in doing so, create a network of contacts that lasts well beyond the classroom.

A typical GAMP® module Georgetown-ESADE Global Advanced Management Program (GAMP®) Module 1 - Washington, D.C.: Global Business Environment Location: Washington, D.C. Sunday

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Optional Personal Training

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Mind and Body Exercises

Defining Success

Business, Government, and the Global Economy

Business, Business, Government, Government, Value: How and the and the to Measure It Global Global Economy Economy

Capital Markets and You

LD, Leadership Development Lunch GAMP® Forum

Meet in Hotel Lobby at 6 pm

Dinner

Washington Walk and Dinner

EDLI: Introduction

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CEO Forum: World Bank

Dinner and Panel

Cultural Experience: Baseball Game

Group Work / Flex Time

Field Visit: U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Partners Program: Travels of a T-Shirt

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International CrossInternational Private International Business Cultural Business Wealth Business Management Management Management Management Management

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Faculty

The members of the Georgetown-ESADE Global Advanced Management Program faculty are internationally recognized leaders in the study of the economic, social, political, and technological forces shaping global business today. They have been educated at many of the finest institutions around the world. They play an active role in the international business community, serving as corporate consultants and board members as well as speakers at industry events worldwide. Below are profiles of some of the distinguished faculty.

Program Directors Paul Almeida Senior Associate Dean of Executive Education and Associate Professor of Strategy and International Business.McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University. Ph.D. in International Business and Strategy, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.Co-director of the Georgetown-ESADE Global Executive MBA program. JoaquĂ­n Cava Executive Director of the Executive Education General Management Programs. Professor of Business Policy. ESADE Business School. MBA. Wharton Business School of the University of Pennsylvania Master. Penn University of Pennsylvania.

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Pedro Parada Associate Professor, Strategy and Globalization. ESADE Business School. Ph.D., ESADE Business School. Georgetown-ESADE Global Executive MBA Academic Co-director.

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Faculty Lecturers Paul Almeida Georgetown-ESADE GAMP Director. Senior Associate Dean of Executive Education and Associate Professor of Strategy and International Business McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University. Reena Aggarwal Robert E. McDonough Professor of Business Administration and Professor of Finance. Director, Georgetown Center for Financial Markets and Policy at the McDonough School of Business. JoaquĂ­n Cava Georgetown-ESADE GAMP Director. Professor, Business Policy. ESADE Business School.

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Robert J. Bies Professor of Management at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University.

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Marc Busch Karl F. Landegger Professor of International Business Diplomacy. Georgetown Walsh School of Foreign Service. Ignasi Carreras Associate Professor, Business Policy. ESADE Business School. Andres Cuneo Lecturer of the Department of Marketing Management, ESADE Business School. Allan C. Eberhart Professor of Finance at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University. Kasra Ferdows Heisley Family Chair of Global Manufacturing at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University.


Brooks C. Holtom Associate Professor, Operations Management at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University.

Javier Solana President of the ESADE Center for Global Economy and Geopolitics (ESADEGeo).

Camelia Ilie Associate Professor of People and Organization Department at ESADE.

Lourdes Tomás Medical Doctor. University degree in general Medicine and Surgery from University of Navarra specialist in general practice and community medicine.

Pedro Parada Georgetown-ESADE Global AMP Program Director. Associate Professor, Strategy and Globalization. ESADE Business School. Christine Porath Associate Professor of Management at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University.

Jean-Francois Seznec Visiting Assoc Professor Center for Contemporary Arab Studies (CCAS). Jeanine Turner Associate Professor of Communications, Culture and Technology (CCT) at Georgetown University.

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Jay McGonigle Adjunct Professor of Georgetown McDonough School of Business and Visiting Professor at ESADE’s Center for Global Economy and Geopolitics (ESADEGeo).

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Global Network

When you graduate from GAMP®, you will gain access to resources available to the combined Executive Education alumni networks of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and ESADE Business School. With 56,000 members worldwide, the Georgetown McDonough-ESADE Executive Education Alumni Network includes leaders in virtually every field of endeavor and provides you with access to an extraordinary array of resources. · 56,000 Georgetown McDonough Executive Education and ESADE alumni in active associations. · E-Magazines and e-newsletters including news on alumni accomplishments and events. · Regional and national clubs around the world. · Special interest organizations such as Business Angels Club, Real Estate Club, Latin American Alliance, Sports Management Club. Organizations provide networking, mentoring, and career placement opportunities. · Class reunions.

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· Seminars and life long training opportunities.

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Contact Details

Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business Ms. Nicaila Matthews Georgetown-ESADE GAMP 37th and O Streets, NW Rafik B. Hariri Building, Suite 474 Washington, D.C. 20057-1223 USA Phone +1 202 687 4065 nkm27@georgetown.edu

ESADE Business School Ms. Natalia Pando Georgetown-ESADE GAMP Mateo Inurria, 25 - 27 28036 Madrid, Spain Phone +34 913 597 714 natalia.pando@esade.edu

www.thegamprogram.com Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and ESADE Business School reserve the right to modify the requirements for admission and/ or graduation, the program curricula, tuition, fees, and other regulations affecting the student body. Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and ESADE Business School do not discriminate in their programs, activities, admissions or employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, personal appearance, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, family responsibilities, genetic information, matriculation, political affiliation, or any other basis protected by law. Individuals who have concerns regarding these issues are encouraged to contact the Vice President for Institutional Diversity and Equity, located in Room M-36 Darnall Hall, telephone number +1 202 687-4798.

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STUDENT RIGHT-TO-KNOW AND CAMPUS SECURITY ACT. In compliance with the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act, it is the policy of Georgetown University to make readily available information concerning the completion or graduation rate of all certificate or degree-seeking, full-time undergraduate students entering the University, as well as the average completion or graduation rate of students who have received athletically related student aid. This information is available upon request from the Director, Department of Athletics, McDonough Gym, Georgetown University, Washington, DC 20057, +1 202 687-2435. The Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990 requires that the University prepare information on current campus law enforcement policies, crime prevention programs, and campus security statistics. This information is available upon request from the Director, Department of Public Safety, G-Level-Village C, Georgetown University, Washington, DC 20057, +1 202 687-4343.

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Schedule

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Three intensive and residential weeks Module 1 Washington, D.C. - June 23 - 29, 2013 Module 2 Dubai - October 5 - 12, 2013 Module 3 Madrid - November 17 - 23, 2013

Module 2 Dubai

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This includes tuition, fees, teaching material, accommodation, luncheons, and coffee breaks, in Washington D.C., Dubai and Madrid. Travel expenses are not included. Please note: program, faculty, dates, and fees are subject to change. ESADE Business School and Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business also reserve the right to cancel this program if in their view the circumstances required for its successful completion do not apply.

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USD $ 32,400


Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business Georgetown-ESADE GAMP Rafik B. Hariri Building 37th and O Streets, Suite 462 Washington, DC 20057, USA Phone +1 202 687 2704 Fax +1 202 687 9200 globalamp@georgetown.edu ESADE Business School Georgetown-ESADE GAMP Mateo Inurria, 25 - 27 28036 Madrid, Spain Phone +34 913 597 714 Fax +34 917 030 062 globalamp@esade.edu


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